Category: Giro d’Italia

The Outer Line: Former Giro director Acquarone cleared of fraud charges

The former Giro d’Italia chief told VeloNews that he is relieved to be exonerated of fraud charges. “I’m just glad to have my dignity and reputation returned.”

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Chaves is focused on the Vuelta’s first summit finish

The Colombian star is cautiously sizing up the opening climbs in the first half of the Vuelta as a real test to see if he’s fully back at his best

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Dumoulin’s black season continues with future in limbo

With his season all but over, the Dutch star is mulling a change of team colors to kick-start his suddenly stalled career

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Giro Rosa 2019: the moments that made Australia’s Mitchelton-Scott unbeatable

A dominant race for Mitchelton-Scott in the only women’s Grand Tour saw the Australian team take out the title

For a second year Australia’s Mitchelton-Scott has towered over its rivals at the biggest race in women’s cycling, finishing first and third overall. Team leader, Annemiek van Vleuten, defended her title by quickly amassing an unassailable lead in the mountains, while Australian teammate Amanda Spratt took a late opportunity to fight her way onto the prestigious overall podium of the ten-day Giro Rosa. We take a look at those pivotal moments that led to the team once again dominating the only Grand Tour in women’s cycling.

A messy time trial hero

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When you finish a TTT with a little spew on your bike, you know you’ve given your all . That was proper suffering! But glad to do it for my @MitcheltonSCOTT teammates https://t.co/yYRjbNrlaf

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#GiroRosa What a race!
So much commitment, so much sacrifice, so much suffering…

It’s was all worth it 2019 Giro-Rosa champion @AvVleuten pic.twitter.com/JvHAYwfJFu

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No ‘virtual’ start just yet as Giro reveals opening three stages

Giro officials revealed the opening three stages of next year’s edition, but sources tell VeloNews a ‘virtual’ event could still be in the cards

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Bernal poised to climb into spotlight as Ineos scrambles after costly crashes

With Chris Froome injured and Geraint Thomas banged up, Egan Bernal hopes to make a mark at the Tour de Suisse, on his way toward the Tour de France.

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Racing the Giro d’Italia on an E-bike

What was it like to race an e bike along the Giro dItalia route? We spoke to one of the participants from the new Giro E event

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Carapaz asks for respect on the road as Ecuador celebrates Giro win

The Tour de France will have to wait for cycling’s newest star as he returns to Ecuador before riding the Vuelta

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Dumoulin still battling injury as he races towards Tour

After crashing out the Giro d’Italia, Tom Dumoulin is back in action at the Critérium du Dauphiné. But he’s still not completely recovered from his knee injury

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Yates, Mitchelton-Scott to regroup following ‘heartbreaking’ Giro d’Italia

With no major health problems or crashes, Simon Yates will try to understand what went wrong at the Giro d’Italia

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